Sri Lankan batsmen amazing batting performance successfully let them to draw the final Test match against India at Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi. Indian bowlers looked helpless as none of them was able to take any wicket in the final session of the final Test match. Roshen Silva and Niroshan Dickwella did not lose their patience, both of them played confidently throughout the session. Roshen Silva also scored his half-century.
India required to take five wickets in the last session and Ravindra Jadeja also created the opportunity once to get the wicket of Dickwella but wicket-keeper Saha did not collect the ball and lost the stump chance.
Both the captains took the decision mutually to draw the Test match seven overs before the day was about to called-off.
India successfully won the three-match Test series 1-0 and the remaining two matches were resulted draw.
The fun is not yet over, the ODI series is on its way and will begin from 10th December at Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala.
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